Hampton Hawes

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Hampton Hawes (November 13, 1928 – May 22, 1977) was an American bebop and hard-bop jazz pianist, recognized as one of the finest and most influential of the 1950s. Hampton Barnett Hawes, Jr. was born November 13, 1928 in Los Angeles, California. His father, Hampton Hawes, Sr., was minister of Westminster Presbysterian Church in Los Angeles. His mother, the former Gertrude Holman, was Westminster's church pianist. Hawes' first experience with the piano was as a toddler sitting on his mother's lap while she practiced. Read more on Last.fm

Hampton Hawes
Bird Song
Album (2006)
Hampton Hawes
High in the Sky
Album (2004)
Hampton Hawes
The Sermon
Album (2002)
Hampton Hawes
Blues for Bud
Album (2001)
Curtis Fuller & Hampton Hawes
Curtis Fuller & Hampton Hawes With French Horns
Album (2000)
Pedro Iturralde feat. Hampton Hawes
Pedro Iturralde Quartet featuring Hampton Hawes
Album (1997)
Hampton Hawes
All Night Session
Album (1996)
Hampton Hawes
The Trio, Volume 3: Everybody Likes Hampton Hawes
Album (1996)
Hampton Hawes
The Trio, Volume 1
Album (1996)
Hampton Hawes
The Trio, Volume 2: This Is Hampton Hawes
Album (1996)
Hampton Hawes
Something Special
Album (1995)
Charlie Haden / Hampton Hawes
As Long as There's Music
Album (1993)
Hampton Hawes
All Night Session!, Volume 1
Album (1991)
Hampton Hawes
Four! Hampton Hawes!!!!
Album (1991)
Hampton Hawes
Northern Windows
Album (1974)
Hampton Hawes
I'm All Smiles
Album (1972)
Hampton Hawes & Martial Solal
Key for Two
Album (1969)
Hampton Hawes
Green Leaves of Summer
Album (1964)
Hampton Hawes
For Real!
Album (1958)